exogenetic


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exogenetic

(ˌɛksədʒəˈnɛtɪk)
adj
(of a disease) having an external origin(of rock) formed by the action of external forces(of a geological process) occurring at or near the surface of the earth
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Maps with results of RVM (Recent Vertical Movements) and GPS (Global Positioning System) measurement covering whole Central Europe, results of Remote Sensing enabling to perform analysis of exogenetic dynamics at any part of the selected area.
In contrast, sandstones, limestone, and breccio-conglomerates are competent members and are considerably more resistant to the influences of exogenetic forces [29].
On this basis, the effect of exogenetic Hp was tested in animal experiments.